Practical Steps Toward Compliance With OpenSCAP

In this blog I described some of the logical problems with vulnerability scanners. False positive and false negative errors. Additionally, the worry that problems exist but our tool hasn’t even tried looking for them. Let’s try to make this practical! I’m working on a consulting job as a sub-sub-contractor on a U.S. Department of Defense […]
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Analyzing SQL Server Data with R and RODBC

Down the Rabbit Hole with RODBC The most direct method for reading SQL Server data into the statistical program R is with ODBC. If R is running on a Windows system, this is straightforward using the R package RODBC. On a Linux system, the installation of RODBC is more challenging. Of course, RODBC requires a […]
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How to Practice Linux Skills for Free

Colleagues and friends often ask me how they can learn or practice Linux when they only have Windows at work and a single family Windows computer at home, for free. That’s a good question, and there are a couple of different answers. Before we get to the free methods, I want to acknowledge that there […]
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Linux Scores Highest in UK Government Security Assessment

As we discuss in Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course, the cloud is based on open-source technology including Linux, and cloud customers use Linux more than any other operating system. Now a major report makes that look like a good trend for security reasons. The Communications — Electronics Security Group or CESG is a group […]
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